Now what this dream of Chaka may have been I do not know, or have forgotten, for in those days he dreamed many dreams, and all his dreams led to one end, the death of men.
"The Prince Umhlangana wore it--in the dream of Chaka--O Dingaan, shoot of a royal stock!" I answered slowly, taking snuff as I spoke, and watching the two of them over the edge of my snuff-spoon.
"The Prince Dingaan held it--in the dream of Chaka--O Umhlangana, sprung from the root of kings!--and it dripped blood."
"I gave it to both of you, O twin stars of the morning, princes of the Zulu--in the dream of Chaka I gave it to both of you."
Those who dream of
the banquet, wake to lamentation and sorrow.
Affery, woman,' said Mr Flintwinch, with a friendly grin on his expressive countenance, 'if you ever have a dream of
this sort again, it'll be a sign of your being in want of physic.
I dream of
a home with a hearth-fire in it, a cat and dog, the footsteps of friends -- and YOU!"
How'd we stand living if it wasn't for our dream of
The slogan of 'Naya Pakistan' is also a dream of
a better Pakistan.
Wind will share his brother's remarkable Dream story and how his Dream of
becoming a musician brought comfort and peace to the entire family.
For example, the discovery of the chemical molecular formula for benzene was a direct result of chemist August Kekules dream of
molecules dancing and then turning into a snake biting its tail.
He says: If the Mariner's experience was a "dream of
truth," however, if the visionary experience of phenomena as the changing forms of a universal radiance is cognitively valid, then finite phenomena cannot be adequately described solely in terms of an order in time and space.
But she has had the dream of
sliding down an embankment, and this might have been an influence of her mother telling her about such a dream.
The third dream was a dream of
beautiful dancing in which there was an
The Buddha's journey to enlightenment was marked by auspicious dreams, and for Hindus, all creation is the divine dream of